The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Customer feedback startup Ovation raises $2M

The company will use the funding to develop new features for its tech, which is based around two-question diner surveys.


NYC bill would allow third-party delivery commissions of up to 43%

Delivery apps said the expanded fees would allow restaurants to opt in to additional marketing services. A restaurant group called it a “pay to play” scheme.

The deal solidifies Amex as a major player in restaurant reservations and will unlock more perks for cardholders.

The deal moves the company closer to its goal of bringing voice-enabled restaurant ordering to smart cars and TVs.

In the streaming age, it’s not uncommon for many consumers to watch shows and events together—sharing access to a streaming platform with friends and family is nothing new. However, when a business ow...

The Chicago-based fast-food giant is ending its partnership with IBM on automated order-taking without an expansion. But McDonald’s still believes AI drive-thrus are in its future.

The tech company is hoping to raise its share price to avoid being booted from the Nasdaq stock exchange.

Discounts and order tracking can entice guests to use a restaurant’s app over a third party, according to new data from HungerRush.

The tech company will use the financing to expand its technology, which includes online ordering, payments and loyalty.

Tech Check: As catering booms, more tech companies are offering restaurants the tools to do it themselves.

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